How can a team with so much verticality be so terrible in transition? Well, welcome to Signal Iduna Park - the home of Borussia Dortmund. Dortmund will always score goals, but they will always make life difficult themselves by simply being poor in transition, and poor from set-pieces. That's exactly how 1899 Hoffenheim got back into the game not once but twice, and how they could have put the game to bed themselves had Gregor Kobel not been in such fine form.
SC Freiburg beat a bruised and battered Borussia Dortmund team on Saturday as part of Matchday 2 in the Bundesliga, with the Black & Yellows looking completely out of sorts in only their second league match under Marco Rose. Here is our analysis of the match!
Netherlands came into Euro 2020 as clear Group C favourites, and they did not disappoint by any stretch of the imagination, winning all three of their matches. Frank de Boer's team have been tactically fluid, outstanding both in and out of possession and have genuinely looked like one of the most exciting teams at the tournament. So with the knockout stages just a few days away, we take a look at Netherlands' tactics at the tournament so far.
This week Brandon and Ethan count down some of the Bundesliga stars taking place at the Euros so far, including Czech Republic's Patrik Schick, and Netherlands' Wout Weghorst! The lads then head off to some of this week's transfer news, including speculation over a potential Leipzig swoop for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer, AC Milan's interest in Breel Embolo and Dortmund's interest in Dutch forward Donyell Malen. Follow the show via the links below!